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Working in R-709 2.4, gamma seems way too flat on my computer
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 3 years ago
Hi I've been working on Video Levels with my monitor set to gamma 2.4, R-709 on a project that is supposed to be both for web and broadcast. When I export it to ProRes 422hq and play it in quicktime,
Making High FPS footage look "natural 24fps"
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 3 years ago
Hey everyone I've been doing some tests for a project, the DP is planning on filming a lot of high fps footage with the Sony F55: 48fps, 60fps and 120fps. Did a few ramp tests and it performed very we
Boland 4k Broadcast Monitor
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 3 years ago
Hi! I'm a colorist in a post-production company in Brazil. We're buying new hardware and, after going to NAB2016, my bosses are planning to replace our current Flanders CH500TD (55', 1080p) with a new
Re: Boland 4k Broadcast Monitor
by Marc Wielage 3 years ago
I used a Boland 40" monitor at a facility a couple of years ago, and I felt like the blacks were not as deep as I wanted (or expected). I was told by the engineer that the monitor was calibrated, but
Grading in P3 Projector
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Hi, everyone! I've been working as a colourist for a few years using monitors set to R709. I'm not familiar with grading with projectors, although I know, in theory, about working in P3 DCI space, dif
Re: Grading in P3 Projector
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Thanks, Peter! Pedro Saboya Burgos Colorist
Grading in P3 Projector
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Hi, everyone! I've been working as a colourist for a few years using monitors set to R709. I'm not familiar with grading with projectors, although I know, in theory, about working in P3 DCI space, dif
Re: Grading in P3 Projector
by Peter Chamberlain 4 years ago
You can grade for P3 just by connecting a P3 projector, and more technically, using Resolve Color Management (RCM) you can select to transform your timeline color space to P3 output color space. Detai
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Media Managing Sony RAW for color grading in Resolve
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Hi, this post might be a little out of subject, tough it relates to resolve. Sorry about that! I have a full lenght movie shot in Sony F65 4K Raw, edited in Final Cut 7 trough prores 422 LT proxies. T
Re: Media Managing Sony RAW for color grading in Resolve
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Thanks, Marc! Resolve Collect does pretty much what I need! Pedro Saboya Burgos Colorist
Media Managing Sony RAW for color grading in Resolve
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 4 years ago
Hi, this post might be a little out of subject, tough it relates to resolve. Sorry about that! I have a full lenght movie shot in Sony F65 4K Raw, edited in Final Cut 7 trough prores 422 LT proxies. T
Re: Media Managing Sony RAW for color grading in Resolve
by Marc Wielage 4 years ago
Consolidation could be of use. Read pp. 385-387 in the v11 manual. Resolve Collect is also useful: http: www.niwa.nu 2013 06 collect-source-files-with-resolve-collect
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Trouble conforming Sony's F55 MXF to Resolve - multiple files creating a single clip
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 5 years ago
Hi, I've searched a LOT for this throughout google and Creative Cow and didn't find a way. So I might be missing something obvious. I've received some RAW mxf from a Sony MXF camera. It was edited in
Re: Trouble conforming Sony's F55 MXF to Resolve - multiple files creating a single clip
by Clark Bierbaum 5 years ago
Same problem yesterday with Sony PXW-FS7. BM, please work on this - "spanned clips"
Blacks way too lifted after exporting color corrected footage to DCP (cineasset)
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 5 years ago
Hi, For the first time I'm having issues with an DCP. I wasn't sure where to post it, but I think it could be related to Resolve: I've received a DaVinci Resolve project (another colorist had already
Re: Blacks way too lifted after exporting color corrected footage to DCP (cineasset)
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 5 years ago
Hi, Anton! After you export the .dpx, .tiff or whatever format, if you reimport it in Resolve, the blacks are already lifted If so, your issue is different then mine... It's all OK with my .dpx, it se
Editing in Prores and reconnecting to online MXF for color correction
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 6 years ago
Hi, I'm working as assistant editor and need to come up with the following workflow (or, if not, something that works well). I'm receiving .mfx footage from the Canon C300, converting it to ProRes for
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Re: Editing in Prores and reconnecting to online MXF for color correction
by Joseph Owens 6 years ago
Rafael Amador "there is not any advantage on going back to the MXF files. rafael " Concur. The Canon codec is not much better than 8-bit XDCam, so you're just wasting time and space, and opening your
Film Editing Theory and Practice Classes - USA and England
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 7 years ago
Hi! I'm from Brazil, working as a colorist and editor for about 4 years now. I've been thinking about taking a break from my country and go to USA or England or maybe somewhere else (English the only
Re: Film Editing Theory and Practice Classes - USA and England
by Mike Smith 7 years ago
This school might be good for you. http: nftsfilm-tv.ac.uk
Setting up my Color Correction Home Studio - Lightning
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 7 years ago
So, I've already asked this forum about hardware, software and made my own home studio. Now I'm moving to a new place and decided to enhance it (since I've got now fairly good hardware in my room, whi
Re: Setting up my Color Correction Home Studio - Lightning
by John Sellars 7 years ago
http: www.cinemaquestinc.com ideal_lumesb.htm#Standard Or the Pro version if the wall is farther away. You are looking to get about 10% of the luminance of your monitor on the back wall (about 3fL) ht
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Options for Low Budget scopes
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 7 years ago
Hi, I've recently upgraded my equipment for working properly on color correction. I'm aware that, depending on how strict one might be on terms of accuracy, one might think it's not proper at all. The
Re: Options for Low Budget scopes
by Peter Chamberlain 7 years ago
The v9 scopes in Resolve are very accurate, they do however show data levels not the traditional video levels that the Ultrascope displays. I dont recommend running any scope apps on the Resolve compu
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Creating multiclip from synced sequence
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 8 years ago
Hi! I'm working on a project shot in 5 different cameras, all canons 5D and 7D, without timecode sincronization. It would be easy to sync them and create multiclips through in points, but there are to
Re: Creating multiclip from synced sequence
by Diego Barraza 8 years ago
After plural eyes sync, I would add slugs for the parts that have no recording in each track so you have 5 tracks with the same timecode length and in sync. I would then create a independent clip for
Audio slipping out of sync - preferences OK
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 8 years ago
Hi! I'm working on a project filmed on Canon 5Ds, converted to XDCAM EX (due to logistical issues, had to give up on AppleProRes for this project). The audio comes separate and is synced via PluralEye
Re: Audio slipping out of sync - preferences OK
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 8 years ago
That worked! Sorry for reposting the issue, I found a lot of posts about this, but none really solved anything. Haven't seen yours. Thanks! Pedro Saboya Burgos Assistant Video Editor Video Editor
COMPRESSOR - XDCAM dimensions issue - stuck at 1440x1080
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 8 years ago
Hi! I'm working in a project filmed both in Canon 5D and Sony EX1. I decided, due to limitations in disk space and time, to keep the whole project in XDcam format, keeping the Sony EX3 files and conve
Re: COMPRESSOR - XDCAM dimensions issue - stuck at 1440x1080
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 8 years ago
You are right! I changed the compression from XDCAM HD to XDCAM EX and that should fix it! I wasn't considering what FCP or players would expect of that codec. Thanks Pedro Saboya Burgos Assistant Vid
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Flickering DVD (compression is OK)
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 9 years ago
Hi! I just exported a DV DVCPRO - NTSC .MOV from FCP, imported it in compressor and converted it to m2v. The conversion is really good and has no flickering at all, just as the export from the timelin
Re: Flickering DVD (compression is OK)
by Michael Sacci 9 years ago
Field order can only be checked reliably on a Tube TV, everything else can mask it. If you are having problems with your still images that move you can try applying a de-interlace filter to that foota
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Trouble keyframing
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 9 years ago
Hi! I just started working with After Effects, I already know the basics of keyframing from FCP, but I'm having trouble with keyframing the Anchor Point of my work. It's supposed to move from left to
editing multiple sequences
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 9 years ago
Hi! I've been recently assigned for a job in which I'll have to create high def. videos for 8 monitors, which will be synchronized with music and with each other. We'll be using Watchout to play the m
Cliping in audio/video in FCP sequence
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 9 years ago
Hi! I've been working with FCP for about 2 years now and I've been facing some problems with FCP in my main workplace (I've worked in my own computer and other post production studios without having t
Re: Cliping in audio/video in FCP sequence
by Pedro Saboya Burgos 9 years ago
I did it for the video files, but now I'm thinking there might be aiffs (recorded during the capture) that may have passed through me without my noticing... Sometimes it gets messy to work with anothe
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